Question about 1995 Ford Thunderbird
A/C WAS COOLING FINE FOR MANY YEARS, THEN IN OCTOBER 2008 IT SLOWLY LOST ITS COOLING POWER. NOW IT BLOWS WITHOUT COOLING AT ALL. PUT GAUGE ON SYSTEM, PRESSURE WAS BELOW 15. COULD THIS BE A CLUTCH/COMPRESSOR PROBLEM, OR IS IT JUST A SIMPLE CASE OF HAVING SOMEONE RECHARGE THE SYSTEM AND CHECK FOR LEAKS SO THE SENSORS WILL ALLOW THE COMPRESSOR TO START WORKING AGAIN. HOPE YOU CAN HELP, IT GETS REAL HOT IN SOUTH TEXAS, EVEN IN THE SPRING TIME.
Save your self some money and just get the system evacuated & recharged, there is no point in putting a clutch in (IF) the system is keeping cool now. You never want to put a clutch in with out the compresor anyway.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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